My Very Own Mitzvah
How can we teach our children to cherish the mitzvos from such a young age? This endearing book enables your children to develop the tools to love and appreciate doing mitzvos all on their own.
As they drink in the glorious illustrations with rapt eyes, and enjoy the lilting rhymes, your children will also imbibe the sweetness of mitzvos. This spectacular book takes children on a journey through several common mitzvos, giving them insight into how to perform them and stirring their desire to embraces these mitzvos on their own. With wonderful, whimsical illustrations by renowned artist Gadi Pollack, this is more than a storybook--it's an enchanting experience!
|Dimensions||8 x 12|
|Number of pages||78|
|Binding type||Large Format|
- No MothersThe rhyme is witty and the stories were educational, but I was somewhat disturbed about the absence of *mothers* from this pictoral depiction of families. Only sons, daughters, and fathers are the visually represented elements herein of the family unit.